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Philips CD455

Dennis Hissink
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Tuesday 15th, January 2008
Posted by: Dennis Hissink

The Philips DECT (Digitally Enhanced Cordless Telephone) SE658 phone was showcased at the CES 2008 show. The Philips SE658 phone is designed to provide consumers with an enhanced level of crystal-clear sound and reduced noise interference for calling friends, colleagues or loved ones. The Philips SE658 phone boasts ultra-secure digital encryption and far superior call clarity through greater distances than traditional analog cordless phones. In addition, all Philips DECT 6.0 phones provide outstanding battery life with up to 100% greater life than most 2.4 or 5.8 GHz models. This equals up to 12 hours of talk time. Price: 89.99 and is available in May 2008.

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Philips CD455

Philips CD450 cordless phone

Posted by: Dennis Hissink Tuesday 15th, January 2008

The Philips Digitally Enhanced Cordless Telephone (DECT) CD450 was showcased at the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show. The Philips CD450 phone is designed to provide consumers with an enhanced level of crystal-clear sound and reduced noise interference for calling friends, colleagues or loved ones. The Philips CD450 DECT phone boasts ultra-secure digital encryption and far superior call clarity through greater distances than traditional analog cordless phones. In addition, all Philips DECT 6.0 phones provide outstanding battery life with up to 100% greater life than most 2.4 or 5.8 GHz models. This equals up to 12 hours of talk time. Prices: $69.99 (single) or $99.99 (multi-pack) and available in March.

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Philips CD155 phone

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Tuesday 15th, January 2008

The Philips Digitally Enhanced Cordless Telephone (DECT) CD155 was showcased at the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The Philips CD155 phone is designed to provide consumers with an enhanced level of crystal-clear sound and reduced noise interference for calling friends, colleagues or loved ones. The Philips CD155 DECT phone boasts ultra-secure digital encryption and far superior call clarity through greater distances than traditional analog cordless phones. In addition, all Philips DECT 6.0 phones provide outstanding battery life with up to 100% greater life than most 2.4 or 5.8 GHz models. This equals up to 12 hours of talk time. Prices: $49.99 (single) or $99.99 (multi-pack) and available in March.

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Philips CD150 DECT phone

Posted by: Mark Peters Tuesday 15th, January 2008

The Philips Digitally Enhanced Cordless Telephone (DECT) CD150 was showcased at the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The Philips CD150 phone is designed to provide consumers with an enhanced level of crystal-clear sound and reduced noise interference for calling friends, colleagues or loved ones. The Philips CD150 DECT phone boasts ultra-secure digital encryption and far superior call clarity through greater distances than traditional analog cordless phones. In addition, all Philips DECT 6.0 phones provide outstanding battery life with up to 100% greater life than most 2.4 or 5.8 GHz models. This equals up to 12 hours of talk time. Prices:$39.99 (single) or $89.99 (multi-pack) and available in March.

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Wireless communication is main stream, wherever you go, you expect to get a wireless connection to stay in touch with your family, friends or business associates. At the CES 2012 manufacturers display their latest electronic devices for a wide range of consumers. Most of these devices support network protocols like DLNA. Protocols like this make it possible to share pictures, video clips and music in your own wireless network, and even makes it possible to connect from outside to your private network. Popular devices like the tablets let you enjoy multimedia experiences, even when the data is not stored on the device itself. Wireless communication is the core element of today’s multimedia industry; the Consumer Electronics Show 2012 reveals the latest developments.